A story in Thursday's edition, "Woman takes cat nap in dog store," requires a correction. The incident occurred in a North Street laundromat next door to Kissable Paws, not in the pet salon. Kissable Paws does not have doors that lock automatically.
April 18, 2014
Carlton School 3rd Annual Earth Day Fest Photo Slideshow
The Carlton School in Salem hosted its 3rd Annual Earth Day Fest in the cafeteria on Thursday evening. In addition to crafts and games, Ward Two Councilor Heather Famico and Ward Six Councilor Beth Gerard served as two judges for a recycled art competition while Whole Foods Market and Mass Auduban set up table to share some information and tips on how to "stay green" with the students.
BEVERLY -- Brazen robbers hit two Beverly banks in less than 24 hours. A man was arrested in connection with Tuesday's robbery, while the suspect in yesterday's incident remains at large, police said. It has been some time since this North Shore city
The Salem News asked those on the North Shore who are running this year's Boston Marathon to share their reasons for running.
If you're running the marathon this year, it's not too late to share why you're running. Send a brief paragraph, a photo of yourself and a link to your fundraising site (if applicable) to Cheryl Richardson at email@example.com.
April 17, 2014
Time to raise our game
SALEM -- Swampscott Republican Charlie Baker has worked in state government for years, had success in the private sector and ran for governor in 2010. But the question he hears most on the campaign trail: Why does he want to run again? Baker said he